Yesterday the wonderful Nadine from Launch Housing got in contact with us to advise there was a young 10 year old boy in their care that could not participate in Bike Education at his school. Today I delivered her a new Bike and Helmet. Our goal at The School Project
The next Essentials 4 Women SA donation drive kicks off in a week!!! Steven Marshall has been good enough to have his office in Norwood as a drop-off point once again ? The full list of drop-off points will be up by the weekend so start chucking extra toiletries and undies in your trolley
We are absolutely thrilled to have our hard work recognised yet again. Recognition by such an esteemed Group as the Westpac Foundation makes us all the more proud! This $10,000 grant will go directly to assisting more people experiencing family violence to forge a solid and achievable pathway into employment
As a parent of a child with autism this was such a bittersweet moment. Late yesterday afternoon we received a request from a Launch Housing crisis worker asking if we could help get a bike for a little girl who has autism. She had to leave her bike behind when
It’s been as cold as -2 degrees some mornings. Imaging sleeping in that, or waking up to that. It’s absolutely horrific and inhumane. Sometimes it can be a while between posts but please know that’s because we’re just so busy getting these bags out and running things behind the scenes.
We are absolutely thrilled to finally be able to announce that The Plate Up Project was chosen as the winner of Sunsuper‘s Dreams For a Better World, round 2. We want to thank each and every one of you voted, shared, Liked and commented. It means the absolute world, not only to us
Melbourne – we need your help! We have some AMAZING NEWS. Out of thousands of applications submitted to the Victorian Government’s ‘Pick My Project’ Community grants initiative, ours was chosen as a finalist. Our project idea is to start an Op Shop that is also a safe place for women